Rabbits and Squirrels - Help!


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There should be spayed clubs in your area that can help with the cost of fixing the cats. check around. try the "NO KILL " shelters they should have contacts for you. Or your SPCA . Usually they have selected vets for this. If you have a hard time catching them. then there are cat rescue organizations that can help, are a good for catch and release @JamieB . and good for you to keep the faith and keep them with you all these years. I have had up to 10 at one time. we are down to 4 now. all fixed.

In Raleigh they have wild cats that have been neutered and are free for use as barn cats. When they neuter them they trim one ear so they are easily identifiable. I think that this is preferable to putting these cats down. I have 2 in the barn and have never seen a mouse or rat out there.
 
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When these die off, I’ll adopt some from the shelter, take in some half wild ones. The kind that are hard to rehome. Old Fluffy even catches snakes. She brought in a copperhead one time, to teach her kittens how to catch them. Um no, venomous snakes stay outside, and kittens under 8 weeks need a bit more growing before they start on those. My boss is taking the last of her brood from last year, and two others. Sadly, I think Yuie is pregnant again. After they are weaned, she’s getting fixed! I still have two of her first litter to rehome, very pretty sweet girls that are white with black marks. I figured they’d go quick, but no. Lol, anyone want a cat?
 

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